Essay about Annotated Bibliography: Robert Graves
April 21, 2013
Annotated Bibliography: Robert Graves 1dkennedy.org. (2004, July 15). The Greek Myths: 1 - Robert Graves. Retrieved from dkennedy.org Book reviews: http://www.dkennedy.org/C2025243227/E518045992/index.html
This analysis of Robert Graves, The Greek Myths, was far from what I expected. The author begins with stating that he is a great admirer of Robert Graves and has always enjoyed reading the Greek Myths. However, he goes on to say that Robert Grave's take on the Greek Myths was geared towards a much younger demographic and that he leaves out a lot of " the really good stuff." The author also …show more content…
Robert Graves 1895-1985. (n.d.). Retrieved from Poetry Foundation: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/robert-graves
This was a more thorough read and biography of Robert Graves. It goes more in depth about Laura Ridings influence on him and his works, his full career history, an extensive list of his poetry, his fiction and non-fiction works, children books he published, works he edited, works he translated (some with Laura Riding), periodicals and another extensive list of his book. This would be a great resource to use for any type of research on Robert Graves.
The Institute of Consortium; University of Oxford. (n.d.). Robert Graves websites. Retrieved from The First World War Poetry Digital Archive: http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ww1lit/education/online/robert-graves.html
This website contains online resources with digitally archived works by the poet, novelist and scholar, Robert Graves. There are ten websites referenced that include promoting his life